Britney Spears criticized documentaries about her life: "It's so hypocritical"
This year, several documentaries about the life of 39-year-old Britney Spears have been released. Their key topic was Britney's mental health problems and her custody battle with Jamie's father, whom she wants to remove from the position of her guardian.
Yesterday, Britney, who, unlike many, tries not to publicly react to the pictures dedicated to her, criticized the new films and called them hypocritical.
So many documentaries about me have been released this year, in which strangers share their views on my life. What can I say?.. I am deeply flattered! These documentaries are so hypocritical. They criticize the media, and they behave the same way,
- said the star.
Britney added that in her life there were both hard times and beautiful, but, in her opinion, the world is always more interesting than the negative.
But why emphasize the most negative and traumatic moments in my life?
— she wrote.
For the first time, Britney commented on documentaries about herself in March. At the time, she said she cried for two weeks after the release of Framing Britney Spears, despite not watching it.
The new documentary about the star of The Battle for Britney: Fans, Cash And A Conservatorship, which will be released on the BBC on May 5, will tell about the statements of her father Jamie about the mental disorder in his daughter-he claims that she has suffered from dementia for many years. This Britney has left without comment. But on June 23, she will personally appear in court in the custody case and will probably find something to answer him.